MSU education programs No. 1 for 20 straight years
For the 20th consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked MSU No. 1 in both elementary and secondary education on the graduate level.View story photos
MSU anatomy professor receives top award
Rebecca Pratt, associate professor of anatomy and director of the gross anatomy labs in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, has received the Basmajian Award from the American Association of Anatomists, a top recognition for faculty in the early stages of their careers.View story photos
Community Research Day coming up this week
Marking its 22nd year, Community Research Day, which takes place on Wednesday, March 12, will bring a number of Michigan State University College of Nursing faculty and health care providers together to discuss the latest advancements in research and medical care.
Impersonating poisonous prey
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery – especially in the predator/prey/poison cycle.View story photos
Enrollment now open for summer 2014 zombie apocalypse course
Zombies return to MSU this summer in the course "Disasters, Catastrophes, and Human Behavior: Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse."
MSU inventor of racecar safety device honored
Robert Hubbard, a retired MSU professor who developed a safety device that is credited with saving the lives of countless racecar drivers, in being inducted into the Sports Car Club of America Hall of Fame.View story photos
Lecture on reproductive efficiency in cattle to be held March 24
The H. Allen and Ann Tucker Lectureship Seminar Series will feature Milo Wiltbank from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 24.
Michigan Sea Grant Extension names new program coordinator
Heather Triezenberg has accepted the position of program coordinator for Michigan Sea Grant Extension.
Daniel Mitchell: Lab, Lab, Research and More Lab
I didn't realize when I made my schedule this semester exactly how much research and laboratory time I had set myself up for. I'm taking four classes (five if you include a 1-credit volleyball class! It's two days a week of fun competition and much needed physical activity) and working in the Lenski lab about 5-10 hours a week.View story photos
Enhancing population health through collaboration
MSU’s College of Human Medicine is sharing its public health knowledge, experience and research with the Michigan Department of Corrections Bureau of Health Care Services in a new partnership that will enhance the efficiency of the state’s correctional health care system.View story photos